An updated briefing, prepared by Battelle, summarizes research available on vaccines, variants, and ventilation. Among the new findings:
Starlyn D’Angelo is both the executive director of the Hart Cluett Museum and a board member of the Museum Association of New York. In this interview, she shares how her experiences over the past 20 months have shaped what it means to do museum work, particularly at a county history museum and historic house.
If your museum or library is engaging or interested in engaging in vaccine confidence work, apply for funding to support your efforts from Communities for Immunity. The application process is quick and easy. Applications for awards up to $100,000 are due October 29.
Communities for Immunity is led by the Association of Science and Technology Centers and the American Alliance of Museums with support from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.